Consider this my own "Self-Breast Exam".
Above is an artifact of criticism of Black people from the inside.
Though some of you - who are more committed political ideologues see my content as equal to his - this is a
The Black American is suffering from the same forces and threats that his "African brothers" are suffering from. While most of us will look at the "neo-colonial forces" as this "face" that I am speaking of - I am talking about the force of INSTITUTIONAL COMPROMISE.
How many wars on the continent of Africa involve two or more fighting factions? In the context of their intra-group hatred - one faction agrees to allow the armaments brought in from an outside interest group to give them POWER over their domestic adversary.
In their lust to defeat their known enemy - they forge an alliance with this external "conditional ally".
In exchange for this "new power" - we need to look at what they have COMPROMISED in the areas that they CANNOT SEE as they remain focused on their enemy, that will ultimately keep them fighting at the level of consciousness that they are stuck at.
This Man's Voice Is Not My Voice
- There is no measurement of "The Problem" in this man's rant.
- There is gross inaccuracy in defining what "the problem" is
- There are no solutions in this man's commentary
- Their knowledge of the total number of people needing to be rescued
- The timeliness of their rescue effort on the scene
- The rate of rescue of the people in need - as they were thirsty, staving and wet
- And what they have done to defend against this situation happening in the future
They control the megaphone and thus can gain ground politically - based upon the grievances voiced by Black people - and then target the external ideological enemy who has blocked their agenda.